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1 Partnering to Promote Self-Sufficiency Oklahoma s Community Action Agencies 2010 Directory and Annual Performance Report

2 The Promise of Community Action Community Action changes people s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other. Oklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies 2800 N.W. 36th St., Suite 221 Oklahoma City, OK (405) Fax: (405) Web: Jean Cooper President Michael E. Jones Executive Director Patty Laub Director of Operations Bob Brandenburg Communications Director Kay C. Floyd State Director of Head Start Collaboration Johnny Field Weatherization Program Training Manager Tricia Auberle Director of Financial Education Programs Wanda Welters Executive Assistant i

3 What Is Community Action? Community Action Agencies are locally controlled non-profit organizations that work to improve the lives of low-income individuals by creating opportunities for increased self-sufficiency and greater participation in the community. In Oklahoma, Community Action Agencies serve all 77 counties. One of the strengths of Community Action is its local control and local decision-making. Each board has at least one-third of its membership representing low-income residents, one-third local elected officials or their designees, and the remainder representing local business, civic organizations, faith-based group, and similar interests in the community. Community Action Agencies that have Head Start grants must also have board members who have expertise in fiscal management, early childhood education, and an attorney (or consultants), plus parents of children enrolled in Head Start and additional members selected for expertise in education, business administration, or community affairs. This unique board structure allows each local Community Action Agency to determine the most effective programs based on the needs of communities in its service area. Each Community Action Agency operates a wide variety of programs that are based upon the needs of each local community which are identified through a needs assessment. Different communities have different needs. The local Community Action Agency responds to the specific needs of each community. Community Action Agencies provide a broad range of programs. They weatherize homes to reduce a family s energy costs while helping them stay warm in the winter. They provide early childhood programs to help prepare youngsters to succeed in school. They build affordable houses so families can have a home of their own. They help families complete and file their federal and state tax returns free. They provide opportunities for senior citizens to stay active in their communities through volunteer programs. They provide transit programs to get families to medical appointments and workers to jobs. They help the elderly maintain their health through nutrition programs. They help our most vulnerable households avoid loss of essential services through utility payment assistance. They help finance job training programs. Community Action Agencies receive funding from federal and state appropriations as well as private funding sources. The Federal Community Services Block Grant provides core support. It provides administrative and program support to enable Community Action Agencies to partner with other community organizations to provide needed services. Community Action Agencies were established under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 to fight America s War on Poverty. ii

4 Community Action: Helping People. Changing Lives. During 2009, members of the Oklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies: mobilized the resources of over 4,750 full and part-time employees and over $222 million in federal, state and other funds to help thousands of low-income families move toward self-sufficiency; used American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds to create or save 401 full-time equivalent jobs; helped 15,458 low and moderate income Oklahomans file their federal income tax returns that resulted in $16,245,577 in refunds; provided opportunities for more than 10,000 children, ages birth to 5, to develop mentally, socially, emotionally and physically through the Early Head Start and Head Start programs; collaborated with 169 public schools to more effectively use classroom space and staff; assisted hundreds of parents search for quality childcare; offered temporary shelter to 1,363 persons; provided 1,520 clients help paying their mortgage or rent; assisted 4,971 clients with their utility bills; provided food or vouchers to over 25,250 persons; provided funding for 277 persons to obtain job training; built 81 single family houses for low and moderate income residents; improved the energy efficiency of 1,844 housing units through the weatherization program; helped 1,007 persons prepare to become homeowners by providing homebuyer education classes; served over 272,000 nutritious meals at congregate meals sites and delivered another 524,518 to residences; assisted 5,408 clients obtain over $7.8 million in free or discounted prescriptions from manufacturers discount programs through Rx for Oklahoma; provided opportunities for 3,364 senior citizens to give over 787,000 hours of help in their communities through the RSVP and Foster Grandparents programs; Provided nearly 1.8 million passenger trips taking riders to jobs, school, medical appointments, meal sites and shopping in 609 vehicles; and provided school supplies to nearly 1,250 children. iii

5 Oklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies Big Five Community Services Ms. Carol Ammons Executive Director 1502 N. First St. P.O. Box 1577 Durant, OK (580) Fax: (580) Counties Served: Bryan, Carter, Coal, Love and Pontotoc Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency Ms.Lisa Sydnor Executive Director 429 N. Union P.O. Box 486 Shawnee, OK (405) Fax: ( Counties Served: Cleveland, Lincoln, Logan, Payne, Pottawatomie and Seminole Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma/Canadian Counties Mr. James E. Sconzo Executive Director 319 S.W. 25th Oklahoma City, OK (405) Fax: (405) Counties Served: Canadian and Oklahoma Community Action Development Corporation Mr. Brent Morey, CCAP Executive Director 105 S. Main St. P.O. Box 989 Frederick, OK (580) Fax: (580) Counties Served: Beckham, Cotton, Jefferson, Kiowa, Roger Mills, Tillman and Washita Oklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies Michael E. Jones, Executive Director 2800 N.W. 36th St., Suite 221 Oklahoma City,OK (405) Fax: (405) Community Action Resource & Development Ms. Karol May Executive Director 522 W. Will Rogers P.O. Box 947 Claremore, OK (918) Fax: (918) Counties Served: Mayes, Rogers, Nowata, Wagoner and Washington Community Development Support Association Ms. Cheri Ezzell Executive Director 2615 E. Randolph Enid, OK (580) Fax: (580) Counties Served: Garfield and Grant Cooksons Hills Community Action Foundation Mr. Cleon Harrell Executive Director 4 E. Walnut P.O. Box 880 Stilwell, OK (918) Fax: (918) communityaction.com Counties Served: Adair, Cherokee and Sequoyah Deep Fork Community Action Foundation Mr. Jeff Schuman, CCAP Executive Director 223 W. 6th St. P.O. Box 670 Okmulgee, OK (918) Fax: (918) action.org Counties Served: Hughes, Mc- Intosh, Okfuskee and Okmulgee Delta Community Action Foundation Ms. Karen Nichols Executive Director 308 S.W. 2nd Lindsay, OK (405) Fax: (405) Counties Served: Garvin, McClain and Stephens Great Plains Improvement Foundation Ms. Virginia Spencer, CCAP 2 S.E. Lee P.O. Box 926 Lawton, OK (580) Fax: (580) County Served: Comanche INCA Community Services Ms. LaQuita Thornley Executive Director 202. S. Capitol St., Suite 2 P.O. Box 68 Tishomingo, OK (580) Fax: (580) Counties Served: Atoka, Johnston, Marshall and Murray KI BOIS Community Action Foundation Mr. R. Carroll Huggins, CCAP Executive Director/CEO 200 S.E. A St. P.O. Box 727 Stigler, OK (918) Fax: (918) Counties Served: Haskell, Latimer, LeFlore and Pittsburg Little Dixie Community Action Agency Brenda Needham Executive Director 209 N. 4th Hugo, OK (580) Fax: (580) Counties Served: Choctaw, Mc- Curtain and Pushmataha Muskogee County Community Action Foundation Mr. David Archibald Executive Director 1313 N. Main St. P.O. Box 647 Muskogee, OK (918) Fax: (918) County Served: Muskogee Northeast Oklahoma Community Action Agency Dr. Jean Cooper Executive Director 856 E. Melton Dr., Suite C P.O. Box 603 Jay, OK (918) Fax: (918) Counties Served: Craig, Delaware and Ottawa Opportunities, Inc. Mr. Terry Dubberly 117 E. Russworm P.O. Box 569 Watonga, OK (580) Fax: (580) Counties Served: Alfalfa, Beaver, Blaine, Cimarron, Custer, Dewey, Ellis, Harper, Kingfisher, Major, Texas, Woods and Woodward Southwest Oklahoma Community Action Group Mr. Neil Montgomery, CCAP 900 S. Carver Rd. P.O. Drawer 1088 Altus, OK (580) Fax: (580) Counties Served: Greer, Harmon and Jackson United Community Action Program Mr. Johnny Bryant Executive Director 501 Sixth St. Pawnee, OK (918) Fax: (918) Counties Served: Creek, Kay, Noble, Osage and Pawnee Washita Valley Community Action Council Ms. Sharlotte Key, CCAP 205 W. Chickasha Ave. P.O. Box 747 Chickasha, OK (405) Fax: (405) communityactioncouncil.com Counties Served: Caddo and Grady iv

6 Table of Contents Member Agencies Big Five Community Services... Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency Great Plains Improvement Foundation INCA Community Services Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and KI BOIS Community Action Foundation Oklahoma/Canadian Counties Community Action Development Corporation Community Action Resource & Development Community Development Support Association Cookson Hills Community Action Foundation Deep Fork Community Action Foundation Delta Community Action Foundation Little Dixie Community Action Agency Muskogee County Community Action Foundation Northeast Oklahoma Community Action Agency Opportunities, Inc Southwest Oklahoma Community Action Group United Community Action Program Washita Valley Community Action Council Early Head Start & Head Start Programs Not Affiliated with Member Agencies Community Action Project of Tulsa County Crossroads Youth & Family Services Native American Coalition of Tulsa Sunbeam Family Services Early Head Start Green Country Behavioral Services - Muskogee Head Start Twin Rivers Head Start Wewoka Public Schools Co-op Head Start American Indian Early Head Start & Head Start Programs Caddo Nation Child Development Program... Central Tribes of the Shawnee Area Head Start/Early Head Start... Cherokee Nation Head Start/Early Head Start... Cheyenne-Arapaho Head Start... The Chickasaw Nation Head Start... Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma... Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma... Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency... Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma/ Canadian Counties... Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Central Oklahoma... Community Action Development Corporation... Community Action Project of Tulsa County... Community Action Resource & Development, Inc... Community Development Support Association... Deep Fork Community Action Foundation... Delta Community Action Foundation... Great Plains Improvement Foundation... Housing Authority of the City of Shawnee... Housing Partners of Tulsa, Inc./Tulsa Housing Authority... INCA Community Services Certified Homebuyer Education Service Providers Kickapoo Head Start, Inc Kiowa Tribe Head Start Muscogee (Creek) Nation Head Start Program Osage Nation Head Start Otoe-Missouria Head Start Ponca Tribe Head Start Seminole Nation Early Childhood Services University of Oklahoma American Indian Institute KI BOIS Community Action Foundation... Little Dixie Community Action Agency... Muskogee Housing Authority... Northeast Oklahoma Community Action Agency... Opportunities, Inc... OSU Cooperative Extension Services - Blaine County... OSU Cooperative Extension Services - Comanche County... OSU Cooperative Extension Services - Garvin County... OSU Cooperative Extension Services - Grady County... OSU Cooperative Extension Services - Greer County... Southwest Oklahoma Community Action Group... United Community Action Program Oklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies Program Reports Conferences & Training... Head Start Collaboration... Head Start Coordination... Oklahoma Asset Development Project... Oklahoma Homebuyer Education Association... CCAP Those key staff members whose names are followed by CCAP have been awarded the Certified Community Action Professional designation by the Community Action Partnership in Washington, D.C. Those certified have demonstrated experience, knowledge, and understanding of Community Action history, vision, values, management and positive leadership. The Oklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies wishes to thank Oklahoma Natural Gas, a division of ONEOK, Inc., Oklahoma Gas & Electric and Mollett Hunter Insurance for their financial support of this publication Oklahoma Weatherization & Housing Advisory Council Poverty Awareness Weatherization Client Education Weatherization Training and Technical Assistance Unless otherwise indicated, data included in this report is for the 2009 calendar year. This publication was made possible by funds from Grant Number 90EQ0165/02 and a Head Start Collaboration grant from the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Printing 2,000 copies of this Directory and Annual Report cost $5, of which 100% was paid by funds from the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The information contained in this publication is believed accurate, but the Oklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies makes no guarantee or warranty as to the accuracy of the information. (March 2010) v

7 Big Five Community Services Administrative Staff Economic Development Kerry Manning 1502 N. First P.O. Box Fax: COUNTIES SERVED Bryan, Carter, Coal, Love and Pontotoc SERVICES Asset Development - Income Tax Return Preparation Assistance Developmental Disabilities - Employment Related Services, Residential Services, Family Caregiver Support Program Early Childhood - Head Start Economic Development/ Jobs - Workforce Investment Act -Job Training Emergency Assistance - Food Pantry/Vouchers, Rent/Mortgage Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance Health - Rx for Oklahoma (Prescription Assistance), Turning Point Initiative Housing - Multifamily Developments, Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation, Rental Units, Weatherization Nutrition - Child & Adult Care Food Program Senior Citizens - RSVP Transit Demand Response, Job Access, SoonerRide, TANF Contract, Tribal Transportation Contracts Youth - Occupational Skills Training, Summer Programs Executive Director Carol Ammons Accounting Gail Armstrong Human Resources Christy Forbis Services Staff Asset Development (Income Tax Return) Donna Pound Developmental Disabilities Thelma Jo Clark 314 E. Choctaw McAlester Agency Funding $9,372,493 $6,276,374 $2,270,194 $17,919,061 Agency Employees $8,751,883 Family Caregiver Paulette Blankenship Head Start Kent Watson (interim) Housing - Multifamily Development/ Rental Units Beth Parker Rx for Oklahoma Donna Pound Senior Citizens - RSVP Eyvonna Lemons Transit/Weatherization Allen Leaird Youth Kerry Manning Total federal funds Total state appropriated funds Total funds from other sources Total revenue for 2009 Full-time employees Part-time employees Total payroll for 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 1 11 $4,477,935 $1,495, Total ARRA contracts Total ARRA funding Total amount expended Total number of full-time equivalent jobs created, vacancies filled, or jobs saved with ARRA funds

8 Atoka County Workforce Development Office 1301 W. Liberty Atoka, OK Bryan County County Office Carol Ammons 1502 N. First P.O. Box 1577 Durant, OK Developmental Disability Services Offices Big Five Community Services SOSU Center Durant Public Schools 1335 N. 6th Ave. Durant, OK Washington Irving Head Start Durant Public Schools 812 W. Locust Durant, OK Yuba Head Start Yuba Public Schools 101 Yuba Ln. Hendrix, OK Workforce Development Office 4310 Hwy. 70 West Durant, OK Bullpups Day Care 511 Carter Healdton, OK Wilson Head Start Wilson Public Schools 1860 Hewitt Rd. Wilson, OK Zaneis Head Start Zaneis Public Schools US Hwy. 70W Wilson, OK Workforce Development Office 201 A South West Ardmore, OK Cleveland County Tupelo Head Start Tupelo Public Schools 310 High School Rd. Tupelo, OK Garvin County Developmental Disability Services Offices Re Run Junction Thrift Shop/Administrative Office 303 W. Paul St. Pauls Valley, OK Workforce Development Office 225 W. McClure Pauls Valley, OK Rerun Junction Thrift Shop 214 N. 1st St. Durant, OK Achille Head Start Achille Public Schools 101 N. 5th Achille, OK Big Five Head Start 1502 N. First Durant, OK Calera Head Start Calera Public Schools 209 N. 3rd Calera, OK Colbert Head Start Colbert Public Schools 407 Maupin St. Colbert, OK Jackie Watson Child Development Center 3725 W. Arkansas Durant, OK Silo Head Start Silo Public Schools 86 Texas St. Durant, OK Carter County County Office Harold Roberts 15 First Ave., Southeast P.O. Box 1613 Ardmore, OK Developmental Disability Services Offices 15 First Ave., Southeast Ardmore, OK Re Run Junction Thrift Shop 815 W. Broadway Ardmore, OK Will Rogers Center Ardmore Public Schools 1441 N. Washington Ardmore, OK Fox Head Start Fox Public Schools 100 Creek Ave. Fox, OK Developmental Disability Services Offices 325 E. Comanche Norman, OK Re Run Junction Thrift Shop 325 E. Comanche Norman, OK Coal County County Office Allen Leaird 210 N. Main Coalgate, OK Coalgate Head Start Coalgate Public Schools 111 W. Fox Ave. Coalgate, OK Cottonwood Head Start Cottonwood Public Schools P.O. Box 347 Coalgate, OK Johnston County Workforce Development Office 202 S. Capital Ave. Tishomingo, OK Thursday Only Murray State College One Murray Dr. Tishomingo, OK Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday ext 286 Love County County Office Kent Watson 910 W. Main P.O. Box 286 Marietta, OK Marietta Day Care 800 W. Hwy. 77 Marietta, OK Continued on next page 2

9 Continued from previous page Big Five Community Services Marietta Head Start Marietta Public Schools 910 W. Main Marietta, OK Pittsburg County Developmental Disability Services Offices 314 E. Choctaw McAlester, OK Re Run Junction Thrift Shop 113 E. Choctaw McAlester, OK Pontotoc County Developmental Disability Services Office Administrative Office 314 S. Broadway, Suite 102 Ada, OK Ada Head Start 1721 Cradduck Rd. Ada, OK Latta Kids Zone CR 1560 Ada, OK Monte Vista Academy 1425 N. Monte Vista Ada, OK Roff Head Start Roff Public Schools CR 3499 Fitzhugh, OK Stonewall Head Start Stonewall Public Schools CR 3490 Fittstown, OK Workforce Development Office 1630 E. Beverly, Suite 106 Ada, OK Pushmataha County Developmental Disability Services Offices Re Run Junction Thrift Shop 101 S. High St. Antlers, OK Stephens County Developmental Disability Services Office Re Run Junction Thrift Shop/Administrative Office 1206 N. Hwy. 81, Suite 35 Duncan, OK County Office 1721 Cradduck Rd. Ada, OK Pickett Head Start Pickett Public Schools 9960 State Hwy. 19 Ada, OK S. High St. Antlers, OK Success Stories: Re-Run Junction Thrift Stores Provide Jobs and Growth Opportunities For Paul Lawson, a job at the Duncan Re-Run Junction Thrift Store led to independence and statewide recognition. The thrift store employs people with developmental disabilities and provides them with opportunities to learn to attain full-time employment and be independent. When he came to work in 2008, Paul was living with a friend. The job enabled him to move into his own apartment. He is an active part of his community assisting neighbors who need help. He attends church and competed in the 2009 Oklahoma Special Olympics. Paul was awarded the 2009 Governor s Award of Excellence. Paul now holds down two other part-time janitorial jobs and has twice been recognized as employee of the month. Toni Gottschalk has been with Big Five in Duncan for almost 2 years. It was an adjustment for her after moving to a new area knowing few people. She has grown tremendously in that time. She has been part of the agencies Human Rights Committee for over a year now and was just elected secretary. Toni works full time at the Re-Run junction thrift store. When she started she did not know the difference between men and women s shirts, she did not know how to iron clothes or run a register. Now with the minimal encouragement from a job coach she can do it all. Now she likes to help other coworkers with those skills. She assists customers with sizes, prices and checking out. She can count money back to a customer and answers the business phone to direct calls like a true professional. She is a wonderful addition to our store and sets a wonderful example for a good work ethic. She notices when she makes a mistake and learns from them. It has been amazing watching her grow into the person she is today. 3

10 Big Five Community Services 2009 Program Report Asset Development 2,754 $2,952,670 $358, Households provided income tax preparation assistance Federal tax refunds received by clients State tax refunds received by clients Households provided budget counseling Developmental Disabilities Persons with a developmental disability were provided pre-employment skills/competencies required for employment Persons with a developmental disability obtaining a full-time job Persons with a developmental disability obtaining a part-time job Persons provided residential services Early Childhood Emergency Assistance $4,755,222 $154, $20, $10,369 5 Children enrolled in Head Start Head Start classrooms Federal funds provided for Head Start State appropriated funds provided for Head Start Public school systems which Head Start had a formal collaboration agreement Child care organizations which Head Start had a formal collaboration agreement Children provided child care Households provided food or vouchers Persons provided temporary shelter Households provided rent or mortgage payment assistance Amount of rent or mortgage payment assistance provided Households provided utility payment assistance Amount of utility payment assistance provided Households provided fans Jobs Persons received training funded by Workforce Investment Act or other job programs Persons able to obtain employment following training Persons provided General Equivalency Diploma exam preparation classes Housing 421 $9,083, $7,251, $246,428 Multifamily living units constructed Construction costs for multifamily living units Multifamily living units constructed in past 5 years Costs for multifamily living units constructed in past 5 years Housing units weatherized Amount expended on weatherization Nutrition 25 $310,865 Facilities participated in Child & Adult Care Food Program Amount approved for reimbursement through the Child & Adult Care Food Program Rx for Oklahoma Senior Citizens 181 $402, ,803 $31,683 Clients received prescriptions Dollar amount of prescriptions received by clients Persons participated in the RSVP program Hours of service provided by RSVP volunteers Federal funds provided for RSVP program Continued on next page 4

11 Big Five Community Services 2009 Program Report continued from previous page Transit , ,303 $1,614,499 $127,820 $462,866 Vehicles in transit fleet Miles driven by all vehicles for all programs Passenger trips provided for all programs Federal funds provided on transit programs State revolving funds provided on transit programs Funds from other sources provided on transit programs Youth $641,832 The six ladies living in a pair of duplexes on Carter Street desire the same things as every other woman their age: the occasional trip to the beauty salon, shopping trips, going out to eat, and to see the occasional movie. However these ladies go beyond the normal mold for women their age. The residents at these two Daily Living Support units, that are part of the Big Five Youth provided school supplies Youth served through summer program State appropriated funds provided on youth programs The Ladies on Carter Street Developmental Disabilities program, are full of spirit and determination explained Daela Echols, Big Five program coordinator. A few of the events planned by the ladies this year were the annual Easter Egg Hunt and festivities at the city park, hosting a BBQ for friends, and attending the 4 th of July festivities and fireworks show. In September all 6 ladies rented a cabin at Lake Murray State Park and had a camping adventure. They attended numerous parties including a full dress Halloween costume party. They fully enjoyed the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, making sure to take advantage of the festivities of the seasons. This may not sound too adventurous, Echols noted, but these ladies have not always been this active. They range in age from 48 to 78 years. Some have mobility difficulties but they do not let this slow them down. They have bonded and care very much for each other. The ladies have really progressed over the past year. Their accomplishments in communication, self avocation, mobility and their desire to be involved in their community continue to increase. Echols attributes a lot of the changes to caring, motivated staff. 5

12 Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency 429 N. Union Ave. P.O. Box 486 Shawnee, OK Fax: COUNTIES SERVED Cleveland, Lincoln, Logan, Payne, Pottawatomie and Seminole SERVICES Asset Development - Budget Counseling, Income Tax Return Preparation Assistance Developmental Disabilities - Residential Services Early Childhood - Child Care Resource & Referral Services Economic Development/ Jobs - General Equivalency Diploma Preparation Assistance Emergency Assistance - Emergency Shelter, Food Pantry/Vouchers, Health Care Clinic, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Temporary Housing, Utility Payment Assistance Health - Rx for Oklahoma (Prescription Assistance) Housing - Homebuyer Education Classes, Rental Units, Weatherization Nutrition - Meals Delivered to Residences Senior Citizens - RSVP Transit - Demand Response, Job Access, SoonerRide Youth - Tutoring Administrative Staff Executive Director Lisa Sydnor Financial Director Darla Williams Deputy Director Sharon Spane Director of Development Andrea Swart Development Officer Clara Lewis Administrative Services Director Cory Swearingen Agency Funding $1,916,646 $1,712,958 $1,605,329 $5,234,933 Services Staff Cleveland County Family Support Center Rebecca Craig-Peterson, Case Management Director Homeless Mission of Hope Holly Smith, Director Norman Supportive Housing Rebecca Craig-Peterson, Case Management Director Prescription Assistance - Rx for Oklahoma Teresa Vieux Senior Citizens - RSVP Cleveland & McClain Counties Judy Branscum, Coordinator Pottawatomie County Thixe Totty Transit (COTS) Tiny Lowery, Director Agency Employees $1,574, $1,031,223 $1,031, Total federal funds Total state appropriated funds Total funds from other sources Total revenue for 2009 Full-time employees Part-time employees Total payroll for 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 6 Continued on next page Total ARRA contracts Total ARRA funding Total amount expended Total number of full-time equivalent jobs created, vacancies filled, or jobs saved with ARRA funds

13 Services Staff Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency Cleveland County Lincoln County Pottawatomie County Continued from previous page Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Pottawatomie County Thixe Totty, Coordinator Call RSVP Office at Cleveland County Judy Branscum, Coordinator Call RSVP Office at Logan County Martha Young, Coordinator Call Guthrie Office at Weatherization Phil Hudson County Office 2270 Industrial Blvd., Suite A & C Norman, OK RSVP 2270 Industrial Blvd., Suite A & C Norman, OK Housing Norman Supportive Housing 2270 Industrial Blvd., Suite A & C Norman, OK County Office 805 Jim Thorpe Blvd. Prague, OK Logan County Outreach Office 201 W. Oklahoma P.O. Box 1013 Guthrie, OK Payne County County Offices 122 N. Cleveland P.O. Box 1254 Cushing, OK S. Perkins Rd. Stillwater, OK County Office 429 N. Union Shawnee, OK RSVP 401 N. Bell Shawnee, OK Seminole County County Office 600 E. Strothers Seminole, OK Housing Mission of Hope 1804 S. Perkins Rd. Stillwater, OK Health Stillwater Community Health Center 1321 W. 7th P.O. Box 204 Stillwater, OK

14 Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency 2009 Program Report Asset Development 992 $873, Households provided income tax preparation program Federal tax refunds to clients Households provided budget counseling Developmental Disabilities Emergency Assistance Jobs Housing Nutrition 3 $49,567 2, $181, $78, $161, $1,197, ,854 $33,614 Persons provided residential services Federal funds provided for developmental disabilities programs Households provided food or vouchers Households provided clothing Persons provided temporary shelter Households provided rent or mortgage payment assistance Amount of rent or mortgage payment assistance provided Households provided utility payment assistance Amount of utility payment assistance provided Households provided fans or blankets Person provided General Equivalency Diploma exam preparation classes Single family houses constructed during past 5 years Cost of single family houses constructed during past 5 years Households living in agency-owned rental units Housing units weatherized Amount expended on weatherization Persons attended homebuyer education classes Meals delivered to residences Amount expended on senior nutrition program Rx for Oklahoma Senior Citizens 392 $459, ,315 $85,499 Clients received prescriptions Dollar amount of prescriptions received by clients Persons participated in RSVP program Hours of service provided by RSVP volunteers Federal funds provided for RSVP program Substance Abuse Transit ,705 18,679 $79,056 $25,500 $363,517 Persons began outpatient counseling treatment program Person completed outpatient counseling treatment program Vehicles in transit fleet Miles driven in all vehicles in transit fleet for all programs Passenger trips provided Federal funds provided for all transit programs State revolving funds provided for all transit programs Funds provided from other sources for all transit programs Continued on next page 8

15 Central Oklahoma Community Action Agency 2009 Program Report Continued from previous page Youth Pairs of shoes provided to needy children in Pottawatomie County through Shoes That Fit Program Pairs of socks provided 9

16 Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma/ Canadian Counties 319 S.W. 25th Oklahoma City, OK Fax: COUNTIES SERVED Oklahoma and Canadian SERVICES Asset Development - Income Tax Return Preparation Assistance, Budget Counseling, Individual Development Accounts Early Childhood - Child Care, Head Start Economic Development/ Jobs - Business Development/ Counseling/Loan Assistance, General Equivalency Diploma Preparation Assistance, Establishing Businesses Emergency Services - Clothing Pantry, Food Pantry/Vouchers, Health Care Clinics, Motor Vehicle Fuel Purchase Assistance, Rent/ Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance Health - Rx for Oklahoma (Prescription Assistance) Housing - Down Payment & Closing Cost Assistance, Homebuyer Education Classes, Owner- Occupied Rehabilitation, Weatherization Nutrition - Child & Adult Care Food Program Transit - Demand Response, Congregate Meal Transportation, STEP Grocery Shopping, Senior Companion Services Youth - Summer Programs (7-12 age), Financial Education Summer Camp, Business Camp, Individual Development Accounts for Higher Education Administrative Staff Executive Director James E. Sconzo ext Administrative Services Patty Gorczyca, Director ext Fiscal Services Randy Betchan, Director ext Agency Funding $32,689,758 $1,198,649 $1,744,382 $35,632,789 Agency Employees $11,395,359 Services Staff Community Services Ann Ricketts, Director ext Drug/Alcohol Rick Cartwright, Director ext Economic Development Bonnie Schwartz, Director ext Head Start Carolyn Shaw, Director ext 4103 Special Projects Jackie Baker, Director ext Weatherization/Home Repair Robert Roberson ext Total federal funds Total state appropriated funds Total funds from other sources Total revenue for 2009 Full-time employees Part-time employees Total payroll for 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 5 Total ARRA contracts $6,805,673 Total ARRA funding $2,067,909 Total amount expended Total number of full-time equivalent jobs created, vacancies filled, or jobs 10

17 Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma/Canadian Counties Canadian County Dewey Even Start P-3/Pre-K 3500 N. Lindsay Oak Grove 3301 S.W. 17th District Center Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma City, OK Margaret Baustert 203 N. Bickford El Reno, OK Turning Point Center 203 N. Bickford El Reno, OK Oklahoma County District Centers Teresa Rodriquez 1300 N. McKinley Oklahoma City, OK April Bales 1621 S.W. 15th Oklahoma City, OK Myesha Williams 3401 N.E. 16th Oklahoma City, OK Marny Wagner 6309 S. Camille Oklahoma City, OK Mercedes LaCue N.E. 36th Spencer, OK Gloria Love 9233 N.E. 10th Midwest City, OK New Heights 7921 N.W. 23rd Bethany, OK Edmond 717 Churchill Rd. Edmond, OK Armstrong 309 S.W. 5th (Box 27) Luther, OK Dana Brown Cooper 9300 N.E. 10th Midwest City, OK Happy Times 405 S. Air Depot Blvd. Midwest City, OK Steed 2118 Flannery Midwest City, OK Ambassador Courts 996 S.E. 15th Oklahoma City, OK Avery 1425 N. Kelham Oklahoma City, OK Buchanan 4126 N.W. 18th Oklahoma City, OK Capitol Hill 2717 S. Robinson Oklahoma City, OK Carver Mark Twain 2412 W. Main Oklahoma City, OK Council Grove (Western Heights Schools) 7721 W. Melrose Oklahoma City, OK Garden Diggs 2201 N. Coltrane Oklahoma City, OK Greenvale (Western Heights Schools) 901 N. Greenvale Oklahoma City, OK John Glenn 6501 S. Land Oklahoma City, OK Kaiser 3101 Lyon Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK Kiddie Village 801 N.E. 2nd Oklahoma City, OK Madison 3117 N. Independence Oklahoma City, OK Mark Twain 2451 W. Main Oklahoma City, OK Mary Helen Nelson 1115 N.E. 7th Oklahoma City, OK McKinley 1300 N. McKinley Oklahoma City, OK Metro Tech 3901 Martin Luther King Oklahoma City, OK Mount Rose 1701 N.W. 7th Oklahoma City, OK Our Spot 1532 W. Hefner Road Oklahoma City, OK Pierce 2601 S. Tulsa Oklahoma City, OK Plainview 7105 N. Kelley Oklahoma City, OK Rockwood 3101 S.W. 24th Oklahoma City, OK Ruth Dropkin 6500 S. Shields Oklahoma City, OK Valley Brook 6315 S. Camille Oklahoma City, OK Western Heights 340 N. Council Oklahoma City, OK Wheeler 501 S.E. 25th Oklahoma City, OK Will Rogers 1621 S.W. 15th Oklahoma City, OK City-County N.E. 42nd Spencer, OK Spencer 8900 N.E. 50th Spencer, OK Continued on next page

18 Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma/Canadian Counties Continued from previous page Head Start in Canadian County is served by Opportunities, Inc. Early Head Start in Oklahoma City is provided by Sunbeam Family Services. Turning Point Centers Sober Living 2425 N.E. 10th Oklahoma City, OK Turning Point South 1607 S.W. 15th Oklahoma City, OK Program Report Asset Development 3,934 $5,642,077 $768, Households provided income tax return preparation assistance Federal tax refunds received by clients State tax refunds received by clients Households provided budget counseling Persons opened Individual Development Accounts (IDA) IDA participants starting a business with savings IDA participants purchased a home with savings IDA participants pursuing post-secondary education with savings Persons provided business development assistance New businesses established as a result of agency provided assistance New jobs created as a result of agency assistance Accomplishments: Fifty-nine jobs were retained as a result of agency provided assistance through the Economic Development Division. Early Childhood 2, $12,894,776 $408, Children enrolled in Head Start Head Start classrooms Federal funds provided for Head Start State appropriated funds provided for Head Start Public school systems which Head Start had a formal collaboration agreement Child care organization which Head Start had a formal collaboration agreement Children provided child care Emergency Assistance 3, $115, $29, $1,560 Households provided food or vouchers Households provided clothing Households provided rent or mortgage payment assistance Amount of rent or mortgage payment assistance provided Households provided utility payment assistance Amount of utility payment assistance provided Households provided fans or blankets Persons provided motor vehicle fuel purchase assistance Amount of motor fuel purchase assistance provided Accomplishments: Community Services provided 5,400 rides for public transportation. The Graffiti Removal Program removed 292,609 square feet of graffiti from 541 locations. Jobs Persons received job training funded by Workforce Investment Act or similar programs Persons able to obtain employment following training Persons provided General Equivalency Diploma (GED) exam preparation classes Persons received their GED Accomplishments: One client that was employed had an increase in income. Seven unemployed clients obtained full time jobs. Nine unemployed clients obtained part-time jobs. Continued on next page 12

19 Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma/Canadian Counties 2009 Program Report Continued from previous page Housing 208 $1,061, $803, $1,451, Households provided down payment & closing cost assistance Amount of down payment & closing cost assistance provided Households provided emergency home repairs Amount expended for emergency home repairs Housing units weatherized Amount expended on weatherization Persons attended homebuyer education classes provided by the agency Accomplishments: In 2008 the Home Buyer Program did 170 closings and spent $853,850. In 2009 the Home Buyer Program did 208 closings and spent $1,061,730. Nutrition 21 $1,263,296 Number of facilities participating in the Child & Adult Care Food Program Amount approved for reimbursement through the Child & Adult Care Food Program Rx for Oklahoma 755 $645,339 Clients received prescriptions Dollar amount of prescriptions received by clients in 2009 Accomplishments: Partnered with four free clinics for Rx. Presented information monthly to parents at the Parents Assistance Center. Rx sponsored 30-second commercials on Fox 25 for three months. Substance Abuse $668,916 $195,536 $27,806 Persons began outpatient counseling treatment program Persons completed outpatient counseling treatment program Persons who completed treatment in a residential facility Federal funds provided for substance abuse programs State funds provided for substance abuse programs Funds provided from other sources for substance abuse programs Transit Youth 9 70,394 26,254 $349, $96,509 $15,000 $40,000 Vehicles in transit fleet Miles driven by all vehicles for all programs Passenger trips provided for all programs Funds from all other sources expended on all transit programs Youth provided schools supplies Youth served through summer programs Youth served through other programs Federal funds provided for youth programs State appropriated funds provided for youth programs Funds provided from other sources for youth programs Accomplishment: The Agency operates a Summer and After School program at McKinley Park Gym. Activities include basketball, flag football, soccer, jump rope, Girl Scouts, and arts and crafts. Other Programs , Families received infant car seats Families received diapers for a three month period Clients received Legal Assistance referrals or free Notary Service Domestic violence referrals Clients received Christmas assistance Families received Thanksgiving baskets Families received garden seeds Medical care referrals to free clinics Clients received foreign language translation services Eye exams and glasses through Homeless Assistance Program 13

20 Community Action Development Corporation 105 S. Main St. P.O. Box 989 Frederick, OK (580) Fax: (580) COUNTIES SERVED Beckham, Cotton, Jefferson, Kiowa, Roger Mills, Tillman and Washita SERVICES Asset Development - Income Tax Return Preparation Assistance Early Childhood - Child Care, Head Start Emergency Assistance - Food Pantry/Vouchers, Rent/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Utility Payment Assistance Health - Rx for Oklahoma (Prescription Assistance), Tobacco Use Cessation Housing - Homebuyer Education Classes, Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation, Rental Units, Weatherization Nutrition - Congregate Meal Sites, Meals Delivered to Residences Transit - Demand Response, Job Access, SoonerRide, TANF Contract, Head Start and Public School Routes Youth - Graduated Sanctions, Sports Programs (Baseball, Softball, Tee Ball, Soccer, Basketball) Administrative Staff Executive Director Brent Morey, CCAP Fiscal Officer Terry Collom Public Relations Melissa Huff Services Staff Community Services Jereada Bowers Energy Educators Clint Thurman Janice Lee Head Start Lynda Vaughn Housing/Weatherization Robert Meador Nutrition Peggy Subia Rx for Oklahoma Korie Asenap Safety Sheldon Greer, H.O.M.E. Program Coordinator Transit Brent Morey Agency Funding $6,619,300 $860,814 $4,354,256 $11,834,370 Cendie Newman, Route Supervisor Brenda Bryant, Route Supervisor Scott Mathews, Route Supervisor Youth Services Director Gilbert Nuncio Total federal funds Total state appropriated funds Total funds from other sources Total revenue for 2009 Agency Employees 203 Full-time employees 32 Part-time employees $4,432,286 Total payroll for 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 14 4 $1,743,205 $526, Total ARRA contracts Total ARRA funding Total amount expended Total number of full-time equivalent jobs created, vacancies filled, or jobs saved with ARRA funds

21 Beckham County Community Action Development Corporation Senior Nutrition Site Tillman County County Office Cendie Newman 111 E. Main Sayre, OK W. Third. Erick, OK N. First St. Sayre, OK Red River Transportation Office 103 Ale Dr. Elk City, OK Senior Nutrition Site 404 N.E. Hwy. 66 Sayre, OK Cotton County County & Red River Transportation Office Jereada Bowers 102 W. Texas P.O. Box 86 Temple, OK Head Start Center 121 E. Texas St. Temple, OK Pioneer Center 1000 N. Gartrell Dr. Weatherford, OK Fax: Jefferson County County & Red River Transportation Office Brenda Bryant 400 Taylor & Main P.O. Box 126 Ryan, OK Highway 89 & Oak Ringling, OK S. Main St. Terral, OK Phillips St. Waurika, OK Red River Transportation Offices 21 N. 5th (inside City Hall) Ringling, OK Inside City Hall Snyder, OK Circle Dr. Waurika, OK Kiowa County Head Start Center & Red River Transportation Office 400 N. Randlett St. Hobart, OK First Street (30A & 30B) Snyder, OK Senior Nutrition Site 106 N. 4th Mountain View, OK Roger Mills County County Office Cendie Newman Senior Citizens Center P.O. Box 189 Cheyenne, OK Head Start Center 8th & Shockey Hammon, OK Senior Nutrition Site & Red River Transportation Office 309 Cearlock Cheyenne, OK Stephens County Red River Transportation Office 8100 N. Hwy. 81, Suite 12 Duncan, OK Fax: County Office Gwenna Prescrott 105 S. Main St. P.O. Box 989 Frederick, OK Head Start Center 521 E. Gladstone Frederick, OK Fax: S. Bridge Blvd. Grandfield, OK S. Broadway Tipton, OK Washita County County Office Judy Smith 122 S. 3rd Butler Building P.O. Box 447 Sentinel, OK E. Kiowa Cordell, OK W. 4th St. Dill City, OK S. 7th St. Sentinel, OK Custer County County Offices Red River Transportation Office Red River Transportation Office 524 E. Clark Weatherford, OK Teresa Hanlin 220 S. Broadway Hobart, OK E. Main Cordell, OK Continued on next page

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